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TRANSPORTATION.
Alien, of, to port of deportation.
Under the provision in the act of March 3, 1903, that any person

bringing an alien into the United States shall, upon the
deportation of such alien as a public charge, be liable for
“one-half of the cost of inland transportation to the port of
deportation," a steamship company is liable not merely for
one-half the price of a railroad ticket, but for one-half the

actual cost of such inland transportation. 318.
Baggage, naval attaché. See Navy, baggage.
Baggage, officer of the Marine Corps, on change of station. See MARINE

CORPs, baggage.
Berths, occupation by troops of greater number of, than called for in trans-

portation request. See RAILROADS, berth.
Cab hire, paid by employee in District of Columbia. See District OF

COLUMBIA, cab.
Enlisted men of Navy to home in Porto Rico, on discharge. See Navy,

transportation.
Household furniture of naval attaché. See Navy, baggage.
Land grant deduction from freight on excess baggage of officer changing

station. See ARMY, baggage.
Marshal, reimbursement of, for expense of board and lodging while wait-

ing to secure sleeping-car berth. See TRAVELING EXPENSES, board.
Militia, officer of, while participating in encampment of Regular Army.

See Militia, traveling.
Private property, shipment of, at Government expense. See PROPERTY,

PRIVATE, shipment.
Remains of deceased employees. See IsTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION,

transportation.
Remains of deceased officer over land-grant railroad. See RAILROADS,

transportation.
Transportation requests. See RAILROADS, berths.

TRAVEL.

Repeated, between two or more places in same vicinity. See Navy,

actual, and mileage.
Retired enlisted men. See ARMY, subsistence.
Traveler, when officer is in status of. See MARINE CORPS, traveler.
Traveling on daty. See TRAVELING EXPENSES, per diem.
Where not on official business. See MARSHAL, travel.

TRAVEL ALLOWANCES.

Officer of the Army. See ARMY, travel.
Militia, officer of, while participating in encampment of Regular Army.

See Militia, traveling.

TRAVELING EXPENSES.
Advance of funds to civilian employees to pay traveling expenses.
A paymaster is not authorized to advance public moneys to civil-

ian employees of the Navy Department to defray traveling

expenses. 339.
Appointment, in going to place of new.
A person appointed an inspector of boilers with headquarters at

Juneau, Alaska, is not entitled to reimbursement for traveling
expenses incurred by him in going from Astoria, Oreg., where
he had taken the oath of office, to Juneau, Alaska, his official

station, to enter upon the duties of his position. 691.
Appointment, on transfer to new.
The chief clerk in the office of the inspector of the third light-

house district in Porto Rico is not entitled to reimbursement
of traveling expenses on being transferred to a similar position
at St. Louis, Mo., as the two places are separate and independ-

ent appointments. 442.
Board and lodging while waiting to secure sleeping-car berths.
A marshal traveling on official business who was unavoidably

detained for three days at New Orleans, La., waiting to secure
a berth in a sleeping car which would take him to his official
station at Los Angeles, Cal., is entitled to reimbursement of

expenses for board and lodging while so detained. 190.
Civilian employees of Navy Department. See APPROPRIATIONS, traveling.
Commission to investigate needs of pneumatic-tube mail service.
Under the provisions in the act of April 28, 1904, a member of

the commission appointed to investigate the needs of the
pneumatic-tube mail service is not entitled to reimbursement
of traveling expenses incurred at his official domicile in

Washington, D. C. 439.
Director of Census while delegate to International Statistical Institute.

See CENSUS OFFICE, traveling.
Employee, Census Office, while suspended.
An employee of the Census Office who, while on field duty in

Florida, was suspended by the Secretary of Commerce and
Labor without pay as a matter of discipline, and who, while
so suspended, was ordered by the Director of the Census
to proceed to Washington, D. C., is entitled, upon the ap-
proval of said order by the head of the Department, to reim-
bursement of traveling expenses incurred by him in obeying

776.
Employee, Medical Department of the Army.
The War Department having, at the request of the Isthmian

Canal Commission, ordered an employee of the Medical De-
partment of the Army to proceed from his station in the
Philippine Islands to the Isthmus of Panama, with the under-
standing that upon his arrival there he would be employed

same.

TRAVELING EXPENSES-Continued.
Employee, Medical Department of the Army-Continued.

by the Commission, and having assumed liability for his
traveling expenses, is entitled to reimbursement thereof out

of the appropriation for the canal. 683.
Leave of absence, where detailed to temporary duty while on.
An employee of the immigration service stationed at Richford,

Vt., who was detailed, while in Boston on leave of absence,
to temporary duty in said last-named city, is entitled at the
expiration of such detail to reimbursement of traveling ex-

penses in returning to his regular station at Richford, Vt. 705.
Official domicile, where incurred at. See supra, commission.
Payment of, in advance. See Public HEALTH AND MARINE-HOSPITAL

SERVICE, advance.
Per diem in lieu of subsistance, to clerk in Bureau of Corporations.
Under the provision in the act of March 3, 1875, that employees

of the Government, excepting certain officials therein men-
tioned, should only be reimbursed for actual traveling ex-
penses, payment of a per diem in lieu of subsistence to clerks
in the Bureau of Corporations while engaged in field work is

not authorized. 18.
Per diem in lieu of subsistence to internal-revenge agent.
An internal-revenue agent is not “traveling on duty” while rt-

turning from his home, where he had not been performing
duty, to his headquarters; and therefore he is not entitled
for such travel to the per diem in lieu of subsistence provided

for by the act of March 3, 1885. 544.
Per diem in lieu of subsistence to special agent while sick. See Cessi's

OFFICE, per diem.
Per diem in lieu of subsistence "when actually employed.”
A special employee of the Internal-Revenue Service with compen-

sation of $4 per day “when actually employed” and actual
and necessary traveling expenses “when absent from his legal
residence on duty," who was transferred from Chicago, his
legal residence, to St. Louis, Mo., for the same kind of duty,
was on duty and absent from his legal residence while per-
forming said travel, and is entitled, therefore, to his per diem

compensation and traveling expenses. 614.
Retired enlisted men. See ARMY, subsistence.
Special agent, reimbursement of, for use of his own conveyance.
A special agent of the Census Office who, by the terms of his

appointment, is entitled to reimbursement of actual traveling
expenses may be reimbursed for the use by him of his own

horse and buggy on official business. 793.
Subsistence, per diem in lieu of. See supra, per diem; Census OFFICE,

per diem, and Public HEALTH AND MARINE-HOSPITAL SERVICE, per
diem.

TRAVELING EXPENSES-Continued.

Traveler, when officer is in status of. See Marine Corps, traveler.
"Traveling on duty." See supra, per diem.
Vouchers, verification of, by affidavit.
As there is no provision of law requiring vouchers for traveling

expenses to be verified by affidavit, the Isthmian Canal Com-
mission is authorized to determine for itself what evidence it
will require as to the correctness of such vouchers presented
by its employees. 812.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Advance of funds, how made. See DISBURSING OFFICERS, advance.
Compensation, computing annual, fractional part of a month. See

COMPENSATION, annual.
Fees, consular officers, for services to American whaling vessels. See

DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICE, fees.
Leave of absence with half pay, placing on, of officer, Revenue-Cutter

Service, as punishment for offense. See REVENU'E-CUTTER SERVICE,

leave.
Refundment of moneys erroneously covered into Treasury. See REFUND-
MENT, moneys.

rvising Architect, appropriation for Office of. See SUPERVISING
ARCHITECT, appropriation.
Warrant, payment of, where issued by mistake and negotiated. See

WARRANT, payment.

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS. See COMMISSIONERS.

VESSELS.

American whaling, payment of consul fees for official services to. See

DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICE, fees.
Appliance, installation of, by proposed vendor, for trial purposes. See

VOLUNTARY SERVICES, appliance.
Appropriation, annual, use of, during prior fiscal year. See APPROPRIA-

TIONS, annual.
Appropriation, annual, ase of, during prior fiscal year, for making repairs.

See APPROPRIATIONS, annual.
Boat, liability for loss of. See PROPERTY, PRIVATE, boat.
Consul, fees of, for services to. See DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERV-

ICE, consul.
Foreign built, owned by American citizens. See DIPLOMATIC AND CON-

SULAR SERVICE, vessels.
Reimbursement, enlisted men of Navy, for private property lost on steam-

ship Leyden. See PROPERTY, PRIVATE, reimbursement.
Reward, payment of, to finder of lost boat. See REWARD, payment.

VOLUNTARY SERVICES.
Appliance, installation of, on vessel for trial purposes.
The granting of permission to a proposed vendor to install, at hi:

own expense, and for trial purposes only, an appliance on a
vessel, or in a navy-yard, is not an acceptance of voluntary
services, within the meaning of section 3679, Revised Statutes,

as amended by section 4 of the act of March 3, 1905. 622.
VOUCHERS.

Approval of, by fleet commander. See Navy, requisitions.
Approval of, for contingent expenses of consulates. See DirLOMATIC AND

CONSULAR SERVICE, approval.
Delegation of authority to approve. See IsthmIAN CANAL COMMISSION,

vouchers.
Verification of, for traveling expenses.

See TRAVELING EXPESSES,
vouchers.
WAIVER.

Provision of, for payment of liquidated damages. See CONTRACTS,

damages, liquidated.
WAR DEPARTMENT.

Advance of funds to disbursing officers. See DISBURSING OFFICERS,

advance.
Compensation, computing, of employees, on transfer from one bureau to

another, for fractional part of month. See COMPENSATION, annual.
Damages, liquidated, for delay in completing contract. See CONTRACTS,

damages.
Exchange, payment of cost of foreign. See Exchange, appropriation.
Patented improvements, compensation for use of. See PATENTS, royalties.
Subsistence to retired enlisted men. See ARMY, subsistence.
Traveling expenses, employee of Medical Department of the Army. See

TRAVELING EXPENSES, employee.
WARRANT.

Fees for executing, fiscal year in which earned. See MARSHAL, fees.
Payment of, where issued by mistake and negotiated.
A bank is entitled to payment of a United States Treasury war-

rant which it had cashed in good faith and for a valuable
consideration, notwithstanding the warrant had been issued
by mistake to the person by whom it was presented to the

bank. 273.
Payment to one of two joint administrators.
Payment of a warrant in favor of two joint administrators may be

made to either of them, and in case of the death of one, may

be made to the survivor. 129.
Subpæna, service of, outside district where issued. See MARSHAL,

subpæna.

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